Must be able to work a wide variety of hours from late nights/early mornings to afternoons
Must be able to work in dusty, noisy environments
Must be able to lift up to 80-pounds; the lifting is not constant but it is a routine part of the job
Must be able to work in close proximity to heavy construction equipment
Must be able to walk and/or stand for extended periods of time, climb ladders, and maneuver loaded wheelbarrows; may be required to walk and/or carry/handle loads on uneven, unstable terrain
Must be capable of remaining alert and upright at all times while on the job
Initially trains with an experienced Field Technician until able to perform sampling and testing tasks without assistance and supervision
Consistently shows up for work as scheduled
Performs a variety of construction materials sampling and testing activities in a field setting on concrete; work is performed in close proximity to construction activity and heavy construction equipment
Picks-up and delivers samples to laboratory for further testing
Once trained and operating independently, completes tasks and submits completed paperwork within appropriate time frame
Promptly notifies supervisor, project manager(s), and or dispatcher of problems or changes that arise on projects
Answers calls from supervisor, project manager(s), and/or dispatcher as soon as can reasonably be expected and, if unable to answer call immediately, returns call at the first opportunity
Adheres to established safety procedures
Must be fluent in English
Written – Handwriting must be legible; must be able to compose correspondence and prepare required reports, completely and accurately.
Verbal – Must be able to receive and follow through on instructions; must be able to communicate effectively with supervisor, co-workers, clients, and contractors.
Must be able to effectively present information and respond to questions from supervisors, dispatchers, co-workers, clients, contractors, and agencies.